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Re: Help!

On Fri, Sep 09, 2005 at 09:49:53PM -0500, Michael Martinell wrote:
> On Fri, September 9, 2005 8:53 pm, Carl Fink wrote:


> > Any information needed to make a choice should be PART OF THE PROGRAM (minus
> > very rare cases).  Why make the new user go searching?

> If you are so lazy as to not want to read through the getting started guide
> then you don't have much of a future period.  Most things in life that are
> worth doing require study - driving a car, being a doctor, being a computer
> tech, it doesn't really matter.  If you are looking for instant gratification
> watch tv and allow the television stations to think for you while the
> government takes care of you.  This thinking sounds like a typical liberal to
> me - unable to take care of yourself, (minus very rare cases).

What the HELL?  Anyone who want software to be easy to use is a liberal? 
What are you, the Ann Coulter of bad software design?

Why are you participating here? Surely e-mail mailing lists are too easy. 
You should use quill pens and parchment.
Carl Fink                                         carl@fink.to
If you attempt to fix something that isn't broken, it will be.
	-Bruce Tognazzini

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